In today's Examiner, Max Schultz takes a look at a recent study by the Manhattan Institute that discovered a serious disconnect between the truth about energy and what Americans think they know about it:
MYTH » The accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant was fatal.I wind up talking about this one with plenty of my friends, and to this day some still refuse to believe it. It can be frustrating, but I find it pays to be patient. For more on TMI, click here for an NEI Fact Sheet.
More than 80 percent of respondents did not disagree.
FACT » No one died from the accident at Three Mile Island.
Untenable safety concerns prevent a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions that could be achieved by turning to nuclear power as an energy source.
Thanks to NAM Blog for the pointer.